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CHEM 107: Introductory Organic Chemistry II

School: University of Texas at Dallas

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 9

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Chips Nutritional Energy and Body Fat Conversion
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Discover how to calculate the nutritional energy in a bag of chips, and learn the science behind converting excess energy into body fat.

Understanding Electron Configurations of Ions: The Noble Gas Connectio
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Unravel the electron configurations of diverse ions and discern their noble gas resemblances. Understand how atoms and ions strive for full outer electron shells for ultimate stability.

Net ATP Yield from Oleic Acid (18:1 ??) Calculation
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Join us in this video as we dive into the intricacies of calculating the net ATP yield from oleic acid (18:1 ??). We'll provide a step-by-step guide and offer helpful hints to ensure an accurate calculation, including a critical step that bypasses acyl-CoA dehydrogenase.

Shapes & Forces: How Molecule Structure Affects Bonds
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Unveil the correlation between molecular shapes and their respective intermolecular forces. Delve into the specifics of nitrogen trichloride, ammonia, silane, and carbon tetrachloride, highlighting their unique force interactions based on polarity.

Calculate the Volume of 3.00 Moles of Kr(g) at STP
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This video delves into the principles of gas behavior at standard temperature and pressure (STP) and how to determine the volume occupied by a given number of moles of gas under these conditions.

Classify: (a) Mixture (b) Element (c) Mixture (d) Compound
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In this video, we classify substances as elements, compounds, or mixtures, with air and soy sauce as mixtures, iron as an element, and table salt as a compound.

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